Sad13 and Lizzo present “Basement Queens”
Collaborative Single Made With Google Docs
Watch The Behind-The-Scenes Video For Insight On
The Entire Long Distance Partnership Process
World Debut Of Sad13, Solo Pop Moniker of Sadie Dupuis (Speedy Ortiz)
Some of the most popular songs ever recorded were the result of collaborations. Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney. Nicki Minaj & Beyonce. David Bowie and Freddie Mercury. Patti Smith & Bruce Springsteen. With this in mind, Google challenged Speedy Ortiz’s prolific frontwoman Sadie Dupuis (writing under her new pop moniker Sad13) and burgeoning hip hop queen Lizzo to write a song together in Google Docs.
After hashing out ideas, lyrics and overall structures using Hangouts and Docs from Massachusetts and Minnesota respectively, the pair met in-person for the first time at the Room 17 studio in Brooklyn to record their new single “Basement Queens“. With irresistible vocal harmonies and driving bass beats, “Basement Queens” is a celebration of individuality and creation on your own terms.
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“Basement Queens” is the first offering from Sad13.
Stay tuned for more exciting news coming soon!
Learn more about Lizzo’s critically acclaimed
December 2015 release Big GRRRL Small World here.
“Basement Queens” is an original song, #madewithGoogleDocs
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